Grammys 2013 Best and Worst Dressed List: Kelly Rowland, Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift and More!
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The 2013 Grammy Awards red carpet fashions gave us plenty to talk about--naturally, we've compiled our best and worst dressed list for the 2013 Grammys.
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2013 Grammys best dressed:
Taylor Swift went for the Grecian goddess look, with a flowing white dress and beautiful hair and makeup. Taylor was showing off a plunging neckline again as well as a high cut leg--very pretty!
Carrie Underwood looked gorgeous in her hip hugging black dress with beautiful detailing. Bonus points for simple and pretty hair, makeup and jewelry.
Carly Rae Jepsen shimmered in a black, strapless floor-length gown, keeping it classy on Grammys 2013 red carpet.
Kelly Rowland was one of our favorites on the red carpet, with beautiful cut-outs that showed off plenty, but still kept her Grammy dress-code appropriate!
Beyonce showed that you don't have to go over-the-top to rock a red carpet, wearing a simple black and white pantsuit that wasn't flashy, but looked fab. Loved her hair too!
Rihanna looked fantastic in red, matching her lips and nails and opting for a flowing hairstyle. We could have done with a little more coverage though--perhaps it was just a little too sheer up top!
2013 Grammys worst dressed:
Jennifer Lopez rocked the red carpet in black and showed off plenty of leg and one shoulder--but we weren't feeling the draping and the super tight top bun.
Janelle Monae mixed a tuxedo jacket with a kooky bow tie and a hat. Meh.
Adele's floral frock was an odd choice--she looked like she wanted to have fun with her Grammys fashion choice, but the pattern was a bit much for us.
Katy Perry showed off plenty of boob in her Grammys dress, but the light green wasn't the best color choice. We weren't thrilled with Katy's hair and makeup either.
Kimbra's sheer dress showed off plenty of skin and little bedazzled details, but the puffs and fluffs of fabric did nothing for us.
Florence Welch's dress just made us think of Godzilla--call us crazy, right? Sharp and point, green...strange.
Esperanza Spalding's dress? We just didn't get it.